New Home Development
The Boston Planning & Development Agency has approved the development of 1813 Dorchester Ave. to bring more housing to the area. The mixed-use development will include a five-story, 30,524 square-foot building with 26 apartments, two of which will be
Five years after it launched a planning initiative for Roxbury’s Nubian Square neighborhood, the BPDA voted to tentatively designate Drexel Village, LLC to develop the Crescent Parcel owned by the agency and MassDOT.
The 819 Beacon St. project will create 393 rental units, including 59 on-site affordable units and 53 institutional patient-family housing units in partnership with Boston Children’s Hospital.
The project is the first to comply with the Boston Planning & Development Agency’s Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing requirements.
City officials have implemented an updated zoning measure to prepare new and retrofitted development for future climate risks.
The former Midtown Hotel will soon be replaced with a 10-story project bringing more than 300 housing units to Huntington Avenue.
Developments over 50,000 square feet are now required to adhere to new guidelines launched to reduce traffic and congestion in the city of Boston.
The Boston Planning & Development Agency approved the Jamaica Plain development project at its October meeting.
Thirty new units of residential housing could be coming to 212 Old Colony Ave. in South Boston.
The property is pending LEED-Platinum certification and, once received, it will set a new standard for sustainability in multifamily development.